DOOMBLADE is a gorgeous, action-packed Metroidvania with a fascinating combat system and some unfortunately-balanced difficulty.
Nocturnal delivers side-scrolling combat and thoughtful puzzle design in a moody, dark fantasy setting. Read our complete review.
Project Nosferatu is a throwback to the NES era with addictive gameplay and an epic but convoluted, plot. Read our complete review.
TUNIC takes not just the gameplay but the spirit of classic adventure games and packages them in a brilliant way for the present day.
Dreamscaper combines Rogue-like challenge with social mechanics to create one of the most accessible and outright fun genre entries yet.
Headland offers pleasant adventure gameplay unfortunately marred by poor performance and frustrating combat design.
El Hijo – A Wild West story is at once a stealth game, an exciting yet nonviolent Western, and a great example of nonverbal storytelling.
Addle Earth is an isometric action adventure inspired by an indie classic. Read our review to see how it holds up next to its inspiration.
Mulaka by Lienzo incorporates Mexcan folklore to tell the tale of a mystical journey to stop a god from destroying earth. Read more…
Slime Rancher ticks all the boxes, from action to simulation to crafting to strategy. Don’t be fooled by its cute-as-a-button veneer, either; this game isn’t just addictive and adorable, it’s also incredibly deep.
Divide mars its compelling isometric exploration and hacking with some unusual control choices and uneven presentation. Is its grim corporate future still worth visiting? Read on…
BOMB: Who let the dogfight? by La Moustache Studio is a narrative driven, arcade style flight simulator. It’s greater than the sum of its parts. Read more…
Freedom Planet by GalaxyTrail is a fantastic 2D platformer inspired by Sonic The Hedgehog. And it’s one of the best platformers in years. Read more…
Guide Koru on a quest to vanquish The Bleakness. He must use the power of color to unite the color lands. Read our preview of this vibrant action adventure game.
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